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But at the same time, if the whole-school environment is overpoweringly oriented to reflect back the codes of the dominant culture, a black student who is untutored in those codes, and whose burgeoning personal identity is interwoven with a non-dominant minority culture, is apt to be getting a very different message.
where ex ante incentives are not overpoweringly strong.
His ideas and schemes appeared to be all over the place, without much rhyme or reason; his writing style and authorial voice were overpoweringly romantic; and he had a severe and apparently incurable case of logorrhoea.
The five essays in part two of the collection by George Bowering, Barbara Belyea, Frank Davey, Barry Cameron and Michael Dixon, and John Moss are more overtly engaged in (to quote the subtitle of this section) "challenging the legacy" of Frye's Canadian literary criticism, a legacy variously estimated to be almost overpoweringly strong but pernicious, overblown, or inconsequential.
The liquid has strong dark coffee aromas, in keeping with the espresso name, but the taste is overpoweringly strong with too much emphasis on alcohol.
The first pitch was overpoweringly fast on the inside corner, not a chance to hit it, and my bat stayed frozen in position.
The central performance is touching, truthful and overpoweringly charming, one of those classic screen turns by a child, up there with The Kid and The Red Balloon," wrote Nigel Andrews of the Financial Times.
360), comes upon him overpoweringly, and even paralytically; gazing at her from afar he can merely groan, "Vmph" (1.
Jesus' "saying of I," Buber wrote in I and Thou, is overpoweringly legitimate not because of who he is but because he spontaneously and naturally spoke to the other with unconditional openness, respect, and trust:
20 Rows is a second label of Vinoce and is simply explosive; not overpoweringly alcoholic and is actually ready to drink with loads of blackberry fruit.
Henry's betrayal of his sister's secret "much more than once" suggests that he relished the reflected glory so overpoweringly that he could not deny himself this pleasure even in full knowledge of her wishes.